Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet, attracts a large number of visitors thanks to the stories about its history. However, this charming city in the north of Italy also hides places of historical and architectural interest, as well as a varied cultural life that climaxes each year with the Verona Opera Festival. It also offers a pleasant setting for relaxed vacations, offering excellent Italian restaurants and good shopping locations, as well as the unique opportunity to observe Europe’s transition from medieval to Renaissance.

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Activities & Tourist Attractions

 

  • Bra Square
  • Juliet’s House
  • Verona Arena
  • Erbe Square
  • Lamberti Tower
  • Pietra Bridge over the Adigio River
  • Madonna Statue Verona

General Information

Altitude: 58 masl

Surface Area: 206 km2

Time Zone: UTC +1

Language: Italian

Currency: Euro

Voltage: 230 V

 

How to get there

Verona Airport is located 5 km south of the city and operates flights to Rome, Frankfurt, London, Vienna and other nearby destinations. There are train connections to Milan, Venice and other cities.

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